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Published in the 1-15 Apr
2005 print edition of MG; send me the print edition
|Peace panel at Poovar
Milli Gazette Online
Thiruvananthapuram: Representatives of two communities on Poovar beach made peace at a meeting convened by District Collector Tinku Biswal on March 7. They agreed to alert the police in the event of any dispute in future. The EMS hutment colony on the beach had been gutted in a communal clash last month. At a meeting chaired by the district collector, the representatives agreed to set up a permanent peace committee comprising members of both the communities. The representatives demanded a comprehensive inquiry into the Poovar incident to identify those responsible for the arson and violence.
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